Why Composite Materials Are Perfect For Elevated Decks
2 September 2018
If you are going to add an elevated deck to your property, you need a material that meets certain characteristics. Obviously, it needs to be strong enough to walk on, water resistant, and capable of withstanding heavy foot traffic. Wooden decks are definitely the most common, but they are now becoming second choice to composite products. This article explains why composite wood perfect for decking of any size and style.
Three Ways To Make Your Commercial Building More Energy Efficient
25 June 2018
Business owners are always looking for ways to cut their expenses and improve their bottom line. If you are a business owner who is getting ready to build your own commercial building, ensuring that it is energy efficient will save you money. In the United States, about 29% of the operating expenses of a commercial building go toward utilities. That adds up to a total of $30,000 a year on energy costs alone.
Three Signs Of Impending Septic Issues
10 April 2018
Are you living in a home on a private septic system for the first time? If so, you may not be aware of some of the signs that the system is having issues. This can be bad news, since failure to address an issue can lead to sewage backups in your home. The following are three signs you need to know to avoid major problems later.
#1: Slow drains and back flow
Choosing The Right Style And Material For Your Lake House Dock
10 January 2018
If you just purchased a lake house, you may now be looking to outfit it with a dock for watersport activities. You'll need to figure out which style of dock you prefer: floating or fixed, and you'll need to figure out which material you prefer.
What's the Difference Between a Floating and a Fixed Dock?
Like the name suggests, floating docks just float on the surface of the water, so they will rise and fall with the water level.